The holidays have arrived and the fear of fat is mounting! But fear not! No need to pack on the pounds with my 7 ways women over 60 can stay fit over the holidays!Read More
As you all know, I follow a fairly regimented nutrition and exercise plan. That being said there are certain times of the year when I allow myself special treats. During the holiday season I like to indulge. I spoil myself with delicious food and cocktails. This year I’m concentrating a little more on building muscle so I try to stay low carb most of the time. Unfortunately, many holiday cocktails contain a huge amount of sugar.
The four cocktails in this post are perfect for me because they are all keto friendly. These cocktails are easy to make, beautiful to look at and extraordinarily delicious to drink. Enjoy!
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. I love all the food but hate that bowling ball belly bloat so I try to lighten up the food. To me the bird is a secondary character and I make plenty of go alongs as the sides are my faves. There are so many to choose from and I usually make five or six (or seven or eight)! These four recipes are the ones I make every year without fail. I’m sure if I ever eliminated one of them there would be a price to pay!Read More
You can have a fridge packed with healthy food, a gym schedule planned out and the best intentions in the world, but if you aren’t motivated and in a positive mindset, you’ll have an extremely difficult – and likely unsuccessful – time practicing a healthy lifestyle.
The fitness industry as a whole has painted a picture of what it means to be fit, and that includes being peppy and enthusiastic all of the time. While it’s great to be high-energy, it does not come naturally to many of us – men or women – and that’s okay!Read More
The summer has come to an end, and we now find ourselves entering one of my most favorite times of the year – the Fall!
For most of us over sixty, this seasonal change means saying goodbye to shorts, bathing suits and tanks. A lot of women feel that less-revealing clothing means they can indulge and take a break with their fitness routine. While I always say yes to indulging now and then, I advise against taking any sort of hiatus or break with staying active. In fact, I think Autumn is the perfect time to establish healthier habits to stay motivated in our wellness journeys as we barrel toward the holidays.Read More